Friday, 29 December 2017

Retrospective: Looking Back on 2017

Wow what a year! 2017 has been a crazy one, and as per blog tradition I sat down on Boxing Day to put together a rundown of my favourite blog posts and memories of 2017. I love doing this as it gives me the opportunity to look back on the year that has passed (not just by doing my tax returns!), but I also think it is great for those of you who only found my blog this year to catch up on some highlights you may have missed. If you've got some time at home over the post-Christmas, pre-New Year quiet period and you fancy going on an even deeper dive into my archives, you can find my 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012 posts here.
January 2017January

February 2017 February

After spending a year or two back in Kent after university, February was the month when I moved back to London again, settling into a shared flat near Borough Market. It was awesome being back in the city (I was worried I'd not enjoy it as I was not a massive fan of living in London when I was a student) but I'm so glad I returned, and excited for my move into my next flat in a different part of town in the coming weeks.
March 2017 March

August was a super exciting month for me, because my long awaited first cookbook, Student Eats was published at the beginning of the month. I'd been working on it for so long, it was amazing to finally be able to share it with people. I've loved seeing your recipe photos and getting your feedback since it was published (keep them coming!), and if you don't already have one you can get your hands on a copy here

As we prepare to ring in 2018 on Sunday, I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who follows along with me, cooks my recipes and follow my restaurant recommendations throughout the year, every year. I've got some fun new content and column ideas in the pipeline for the new year, so I hope you continue to stick around. So you don't miss a thing, be sure to follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook (where I'll be putting some new content for the new year) and do subscribe to my newsletter, which I really hope to grow in 2018!

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